Event online: CEE’s Green Transition: Diversifying Away from China?

Join our online discussion on 14 March, 16 CET/ 11 ET on Zoom

6 March 2024

Is green transition possible without Chinese technologies? Join our online discussion on the future of green energy in the CEE region.

On 14 March, at 16 CET/ 11 ET we are organising a panel to delve into the energy transformation in the European Union, with a particular focus on decreasing dependency on Chinese technologies. Register below to attend the event. 



  • Beata Jaczewska – former undersecretary of state at the Polish Ministry of Environment, responsible for sustainable development, air protection, and climate change. Click here to read Beata’s article on Europe’s dependency on China.
  • Matej Šimalčík – Executive Director at Central European Institute of Asian Studies.
  • Edit Zgut-Przybylska –  adjunct professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences, author of the policy brief “How to foster a Green Transition while Decreasing Dependency on China”. Click to download the PDF.

The discussion will be moderated by Adam Jasser, Deputy Managing Editor at Visegrad Insight, and will last 60 minutes. This session will begin with on-the-record presentations by speakers, and the second part is an off-the-record Q&A session.


This discussion is part of our series of interactive events exclusive to our subscribers and select invitees. Please confirm your participation through the registration page below:

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